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The Devonshire

473 Dupont St, Toronto

By City Mews Corporation
For Sale
0
For Rent
0
Average Psf
-
Size Range
-1669 sqft
Age Of Building
10 years

Overview
The Devonshire is a petite four-storey residence located near the corner of Dupont and Bathurst Street in Toronto’s Annex | U of Tneighbourhood. The building maintains a modest exterior but contains all the finishes of a fully modern and urban home.
Offering just nine Annex | U of Tcondos for sale and for rent, the property is known for the quality of the individual suites. Ranging from one to two-bedrooms, the units offer spacious layouts with nine-foot ceilings, bright hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, gas-fireplaces, and large private balconies. What the building lacks in extra amenities it makes up for with low maintenance fees and a great location.
Just down Bathurst Street, residents will discover the Annex | U of Tneighbourhood, a charming community stretching from Queen’s Park to Christie Street along Bloor. The street is lined with boutique shops, quaint cafes, cozy restaurants, and trendy bars and venues, not to mention home to University of Toronto’s St. George campus, the Royal Ontario Museum, and Bloor Hot Docs Cinema.

Most Notable Features
Live-work vibe: The suites at Devonshire are open and bright with a lot of potential for anyone seeking the live-work life style. Enjoy a one or two-bedroom suite with enough square-footage for both a comfortable living room and an at-home office.
Two-floor units: A few of the units at Devonshire span two-floors, which for the right homeowner could make all the difference. If you think most downtown Toronto condos are too compact or too plain for your needs, and you’d prefer a larger, more dynamic home with the same urban feel, then Devonshire may be the place for you.
Low maintenance fees: Although Devonshire offers little in the way of extra amenities, the trade off means lower maintenance fees for homeowners. All set with a great downtown location and a spaciously appointed suite, it should be easy to find a gym elsewhere.

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Building Details 473 Dupont St

Storeys:
4
Units:
9
Corp #:
TSCC-1994
Management Company:
BBQ Permitted
Security System

Maintenance Fees at The Devonshire cover:

Common Element
Building Insurance
Parking
Water
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$
2.20
/sqft
Avg Rent Price per Sqft : $2.20/sqft

Based on 2 recent rentals at 473 Dupont St, Toronto

2
units
Rental Volume : #2

Condos rented at The Devonshire within the past twelve months

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About 473 Dupont St, Toronto


With a modern condo at 473 Dupont Street, you will be right around the corner from the heart of Toronto’s Annex | U of Tneighbourhood. It’s a lively and youthful urban centre that combines cultural attractions like the ROM, The Royal Conservatory of Music, Hot Docs Cinema, and Lee’s Palace with the campus vibe of University of Toronto, plus a quaint residential feel and an endless array of quaint cafes, cozy restaurants, and fun bars. With TTC routes along Bloor Street and Spadina Avenue, you are easily connected to the rest of the city, whether for Yorkville’s boutique shopping, Bay Street’s Financial District, or King Street’s Fashion and Entertainment Districts. Some local joints worth checking out include Kos Café and Restaurant on Bathurst for all-day breakfast, Pour House Irish Pub on Dupont Street for a pint on a rooftop patio, and Kinka Izakaya Bloor for a very popular Japanese restaurant.
For nearby groceries and other household items stop by Metro on Bloor Street, Loblaws on Dupont and Christie, Bulk Barn at Bloor and Borden, plus a variety of independent fruit and vegetable markets scattered throughout.
If you enjoy the outdoors, there are a lot of nearby parks such as Christie Pits Park, the quaint Vermont Square, plus the landscaped pathways of University of Toronto’s St. George campus and Queen’s Park to the east.

The Annex | U of Tneighbourhood has a 100 Walk Score, with convenient bicycle-lanes on Wellesley Street and College Street. If you want to travel fast, there are three main subway stations along Bloor Street for smooth sailing east and west, plus connection to the Yonge line at St. George Station. For car-owners, the area is navigable along Bloor Street and Spadina Avenue giving you access to the Gardiner Expressway to the south, Highway 401 to the north, and the Don Valley Parkway to the east.